Turkish Driver Salih Yoluç Made History at Le Mans 24 Hours!

Turkish driver Salih Yoluç made history at the 24 hour races at Le Mans!
Turkish driver Salih Yoluç made history at the 24 hour races at Le Mans!

The teams competing with Aston Martin scored double victories in the 'Le Mans 24 Hours Race, which is accepted as the marathon of motor sports, the races last 24 hours without interruption, and endurance and efficiency are tested as well as speed.


The teams competing with Aston Martin scored double victories in the 'Le Mans 24 Hours Race, which is accepted as the marathon of motor sports, the races last 24 hours without interruption, and endurance and efficiency are tested as well as speed. Turkish racing driver Salih Yoluç, who competed in TF Sport at the World Endurance Championship number 90 and rose to the leadership at night, and his teammates won the race with Aston Martin vehicles in the amateur class, maintaining their place in the remaining part. With the victory, Salih Yoluç managed to become the first Turkish pilot to win at Le Mans. On the other hand, the Aston Martin AMR team number 97, which has been the leader in the GTE Pro for a long time, has managed to become the winner.

The 88 Le Mans 2020 Hours, held for the 24th time, started at 15.30 on Saturday and ended at 15.30 on Sunday. In the GTE Pro class, where 8 vehicles fought, the battle for victory was between the AF Corse number 51 and the Aston Martin team number 97. Aston Martin, number 97, who rose to the leadership in the night class, comfortably kept his place in the other divisions and won the race by 1 minute and 33 seconds. Aston Martin thus won its first victory after 2017 and made a double podium with team number 95.

Salih Yoluç managed to become the first Turkish pilot to win at Le Mans

The 97th Aston Martin AMR team, which has long been a leader in the GTE Pro in the World Endurance Championship, has managed to become the winner. In addition, Turkish racing driver Salih Yoluç and his teammates, who competed in TF Sport number 90 and rose to leadership at night, maintained their place in the remaining part and won the race with Aston Martin GTE vehicles in the amateur class. With the victory, Salih Yoluç managed to become the first Turkish pilot to win at Le Mans. 97 Aston Martin in GTE Pro class and 90 TF Sport Aston Martin in GTE Am class continue to lead.



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